#1
I'm not musically talented but however I'm planing to really start learning the guitar.

http://www.allansbillyhyde.com.au/prodcat/Acoustic_Guitars/Steel_String/prices/750-2000.aspx#cb=1

I was thinking if someone could recommend me a couple of guitars here since I have on clue as to which ones are really good. I'm only willing to spend between 750-1500ish. Hopefully this will get me soemthing decent haha.
the sites a bit laggy so yeah sorry

please help! thanks
#2
Go to a guitar store and find a friendly, knowledgeable salesman. Find one who really is interested in helping you - not one who just wants to sell you something. A good salesman will work with you to find the correct guitar that fits you and your budget.

Finally, this may not be the best area to post your question.
#3
I actually bought my first guitar a couple of years back, and I had absolutely no idea of how to play it. - I went with an Oscar Schmidt OG2 by Washburn; you can get it for around $100 bucks now I think. -- If you're positive you are going to learn this and not stop after a few months like I did then definitely buy something in the price range you're suggesting.

I have been playing on and off for the past several years, but I have decided to actually do this now, and learn it. - So yes, if you're serious about it, buy a good guitar, but otherwise just buy something to get started on. - After all having a fancy guitar is one thing, but knowing how to rock it is another. (:
#4
Quote by KG6_Steven
Go to a guitar store and find a friendly, knowledgeable salesman. Find one who really is interested in helping you - not one who just wants to sell you something. A good salesman will work with you to find the correct guitar that fits you and your budget.

I totally agree with this. But since you asked, I would suggest the Yamaha A3R (yes it's a Yamaha, but I like it so much it's my primary guitar). I'd also suggest the Martin DCPA4. I compared these two at Guitar Center for almost two hours and ended up going with the Yamaha. The Yamaha is $900 and the Martin is $1200.
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#5
Haha thanks guys! I've bene playing for a month with my 200 dollar acoustic and relaly liking it. Planning to play more so i really want a new one haha, i guess ill just ask the workers there
#6
Quote by icesta1
Haha thanks guys! I've bene playing for a month with my 200 dollar acoustic and relaly liking it. Planning to play more so i really want a new one haha, i guess ill just ask the workers there
And you're sure they either know or are willing to tell you the truth? You have way more faith in humanity than I do.